Insight: Marcos Breton / "Land of Milk and Money" / Jewish Film Festival / "A Palette of Leaves"
, Sacramento public radio
, Capital Public Radio
, CSU Sacramento
, Marcos Breton, Sacramento Bee columnist
, Anthony Barcellos, author of "Land of Milk and Money"
, Land of Milk and Money
, Jewish Film Festival
, Hava Nagila
, Roberta Grossman, director, "Hava Nagila"
, Sid Garcia-Heberger, manager, Crest Theatre
, Palette of Leaves, A
, Edythe Haendel Schwartz, author, "A Palette of Leaves"
Marcos Breton - Sacramento Bee columnist Marcos Breton joins us for his monthly chat about issues, politics and sports in the area. We'll talk today about Mayor Kevin Johnson's comment about possibly seeking a third term of office on Insight yesterday. You can find Marcos' columns in the Bee's Our Region section every Wednesday and Sunday.
"Land of Milk and Money" - Anthony Barcellos has weaved together a fictionalized account of a family's immigration to the United States and the sacrifices they make to create a better life for their children in his new book "Land of Milk and Money." The American River College professor based the book on the exerience of his own parents. We'll talk with him about his work.
Jewish Film Festival - The 16th Annual Jewish Film Festival will be hosted at the Crest Theatre this month and will show both short- and feature-length films. We'll talk about the festival with director and Crest Theatre manager Sid Garcia-Heberger and we'll hear from Roberta Grossman, who directed the feature film "Hava Nagila."
"A Palette of Leaves" - Poet and artist Edythe Haendel Schwartz talks with us about her latest book "A Palette of Leaves." The retired Sacramento State teacher won first prize in the Friends of Acadia Poetry Competition, and shw was a Poetry Finalist in Poets and Writers 2012 California Writers Exchange Award for a group of 10 poems titled "Brushstrokes."